Lately, I was learning mobile app development on iOS platforms. Since I always use an iPhone (and sometimes an iPad), I figured that I should be able to write software for these things.
I was actually exposed to iOS development before, in the distant past. Back then, it was very difficult and confusing, but I must admit that my programming skills were not as sharp back then either.
But now I finished learning the basics of iOS development from the DevSlopes team on Udemy. If you like being self-directed in your learning but want some guidance, DevSlopes is great for that.
At DevSlopes, you code several projects, learning the different aspects of the iOS platform. The following is a select list of such projects I uploaded onto GitHub. You can see screenshots and more information there:
- RetroCalc: A simple iOS calculator app
- Ramp Up: An iOS ARKit demo featuring live-sized skateboard ramps
- Rainy Shine: A very simple weather app for iOS with 5-day forecast
- Goal Post: An iOS app demo utilizing Core Data to try to track new goals
- Bot Vision: An iOS machine learning demo (using CoreML) where the app tries to recognize everyday objects
- Pixel City: An iOS app demo were users can browse Flickr photos based off map locations
- Breakpoint: A micro social networking iOS app demo aimed for coders and other geeks, powered by Firebase
- Confaby: An iOS Slack clone demo app that features realtime chat messaging
- Scribe: An iOS app demo that dictates a pre-recorded voice message